Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has added the eighth aircraft to its fleet. The ultra low-cost carrier has obtained a new Airbus A321neo aircraft.

The aircraft offers low fuel burn, emissions and noise footprint, thereby supporting the airline’s sustainability goals.

The additional aircraft will allow the carrier to grow its destination network. It currently flies to Alexandria (Egypt), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Amman (Jordan), Ankara (Turkey), Aqaba (Jordan), Athens (Greece), Baku (Azerbaijan), Belgrade (Serbia), Dammam (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait City (Kuwait), Kutaisi (Georgia), Manama (Bahrain), Male (Maldives), Muscat (Oman), Nur Sultan (Kazakhstan), Salalah (Oman), Santorini (Greece), Sarajevo (Bosnia), Sohag (Egypt), Tashkent (Uzbekistan), Tel-Aviv (Israel), Tirana (Albania) and Yerevan (Armenia), among others.

Michael Berlouis, managing director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi said: “Our new aircraft enable us to enhance our incredible leisure, historic and cultural experiences and add an eclectic mix of new destinations to our ever growing network.

“Our recent exciting expansion into Central Asia, the Maldives and throughout the Gulf showcases the strength of regional connectivity and we are committed to providing travel options that are more convenient and affordable for everyone across the region.”

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi is a joint venture between ADQ, a holding company with a portfolio of major enterprises spanning key sectors of Abu Dhabi’s economy, and Wizz Air Holdings. The latter is a European airline that operates a fleet of 172 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft.